Google Photos is the default photos app on Android devices but also a viable option for the users of iOS devices. Today Google has announced an update to its Google Photos app for iOS that brings adjustable depth and focus for portrait mode shots to the Apple ecosystem.

Previously this feature had only been available in the Android version of the app. With this latest update you can now open Portrait Mode images in Google Photos, tap the editing icon and then modify depth-of-field and focus using virtual sliders.

iPhone XS, XS Max and iPad Pro users can do the same thing in Apple's own Photos app but the owners of older portrait-mode-capable iPhones until now have not been able to adjust focus and depth after capture.

In addition, the latest update brings a Color Pop feature that converts the background of a Portrait Mode image into black and white but keeps the subject in color. You can download the updated Google Photos app from the App Store now.